Starring: Dax Shepard, Will Arnett, Chi McBride
Every convict wants a reason to get as far away from prison as possible, but John (Shepard) cant wait to go back. Ever since he was a young kid, he has been sent to prison quite a few times and each time by the same judge. Finally when he is old enough, he decides to take revenge on the judge, only to learn that he died three days ago. He wants his revenge and so decides to target the judge's son, Nelson Biederman IV (Arnett). Nelson is a spoilt son of a rich father and John manages to frame him and sends him off to prison, but not without going to prison himself. He manages to land up in the same prison as Nelson and intends to make Nelson's life in prison hell. From eating food with condoms and human excreta and getting sold to Barry (McBride) a black gay man for a romantic night, Nelson experiences it all. The movie has a nice story with an interesting concept but lacks outright humour. The plot is unconventional and seems to be well thought out but probably if some more thought was given on making the audience laugh more, the movie would be worth a good watch.
Thumbs up: Nice story
Thumbs down: Not funny enough